Producers Of Smash Hit Movie Fanie Fourie’s Lobola Are Paying Big Lobola

The cross-cultural movie, Fanie Fourie’s Lobola, currently playing on nationwide cinema screens, has acquired a stash of its own Lobola in the form of strong reviews, increased box office, a host of awards, and a broad and vital fan base among new generation South Africans. In the spirit of Ubuntu the producers will be paying […]

The Academy Selects 2014 And 2015 Show Dates

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the ABC Television Network today announced the dates for the 86th and 87th Oscar® presentations. The 86th and 87th Academy Awards® will air live on ABC on Oscar Sunday, March 2, 2014, and February 22, 2015, respectively. Saturday, November 16, 2013: The Governors Awards Monday, December […]

Star Trek Into Darkness Paramount Pictures Celebrate WWF Earth Hour

As the UK prepares to go ’into darkness’ for WWF’s Earth Hour, Paramount Pictures is pleased to announce its support with a special ‘Star Trek’ themed light display which will dim as Earth Hour approaches. This amazing light show by Paramount, in conjunction with Ars Electonica Futurelab & Ascending Technologies, will see quadrocopters fly into […]

News From Sugar-daddy Theatre Company

Sending a great, big THANK YOU to all those who voted for us!! We are most honoured and truly grateful that our little production ‘I AM HAMLET’ was awarded ‘PEOPLE’S CHOICE’ by Fleur Du Cap. Thank you for supporting us people!!! Improve Workshop Sunday, 24th March 3-6 pm, 186 Loop Street. R70 cash only at […]

Acting For Film II Workshop

9 April – 16 May 2013 Every Tues & Thurs 17h30 – 20h30 Cost R4950 Participants further explore and develop thechniques to deepen their understanding of textual analysis, acting and performance. In addition, classes will include exercises in accessing emotions and developing character. Workshop will cover: Teh tools needed to prepare for a truthful on […]

Sundance London Adds Three Feature Films

Sundance Institute and The O2 announced today that three feature films have been added to the programme for the second Sundance London film and music festival, 25-28 April at The O2. They are: A.C.O.D. (Director: Stuart Zicherman, Screenwriters: Ben Karlin, Stuart Zicherman), Mud (Director and screenwriter: Jeff Nichols) and Metro Manila (Director: Sean Ellis, Screenwriters: […]

The Afro Galactic Dream Factory At Hiddingh Hall

Infecting The City is proud to announce an extension of the Festival for 2013. Rained out from its scheduled time, the Afro Galactic Dream Factory will now take place at Hiddingh Hall on Tuesday 26 March at 8.30 pm. The Afro Galactic Dream Factory is an afro-techno audio-visual symphony, a mash-up of musical genres and […]

Making Way: Contemporary Art from South Africa and China

Don’t miss the opportunity to view an extraordinary exhibition which seeks to open up new conversations about cultural diversity, social tolerance and human understanding at a time of intense movement and change in the Global South. Making Way: Contemporary Art from South Africa and China, explores the ways in which contemporary artists based in South […]

Oz: The Great And Powerful

Sam Raimi brings it all in the prequal to the L. Frank Baum novel of 1900. The opening scenes bring on a sense of nostolgia, and memories of the 1939 Victor Fleming film (Judy Garland, Frank Morgan), as we’re introduced to our hapless hero, Oz (James Franco). Mila Kunis is ever elegant as Theodora, alongside […]

Ernie ‘Lastig’ Solomon, A Lucky Man Out This March

Based on the real life story of legendary former South African gangster Ernie “Lastig” Solomon A Lucky Man charts one man’s violent rise from childhood in the slums of Cape Town to one of today’s most infamous criminals. A Lucky Manis a morality story in which the perplexing issues of identity and ethics are played out in […]

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